I offer private sessions to give clients insight, guidance and support on their journey of personal development and transformation. I am also currently undergoing my graduate studies in journalism, in order to produce media content that educates and inspires change. Key areas of interest are spirituality, lifestyle, humanitarianism and environmentalism.
Of African and Indian descent, growing up in a British working class neighborhood, I knew there was more to life than my immediate surroundings. I found myself fascinated with the human condition and potential, contemplating the deeper mysteries in life, and questioning everything. Pushing myself out of my comfort zone, in 2004 I moved to America, spending time in Philadelphia, New York and Miami, before residing in Los Angeles for 10 years. As of summer 2016, Miami has become home again.
Over the years I have focused on doing my inner spiritual work through meditation, courses, retreats and ceremonies. I have been inspired by the works of Ken Wilber, Hal and Sidra Stone, Carl Jung, Krishnamurti and Joseph Campbell to name but a few. I have also found both A Course In Miracles and The Way Of Mastery to be powerful study materials. In regards to mainstream education, I received my undergraduate degree in criminology and psychology, and I have acquired certificates in both public relations and media producing.
I hold an integrative perspective based in love, and claim no system or organization. I believe life is about awakening to our true nature of love, and allowing it to manifest here in this experience. I believe we are all unique expressions of the one creator and a reawakening is happening. I have learned that there is no one set way that works for everyone, but I believe if you are willing to open your heart and mind, a way will always be shown.
“Be the change you want to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi
“The light is in you. Darkness can cover it, but cannot put it out.” – A Course In Miracles.
“An integral approach acknowledges that all views have a degree of truth, but some views are more true than others, more evolved, more developed, more adequate” – Ken Wilber.
“Love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is done well.” – Vincent Van Gogh